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Writer/Producer Koji Steven Sakai is the founder of Little Nalu Pictures LLC and the CEO of Chopso (www.Chopso.com), the first Asian English streaming video service. He has written five feature films that have been produced, including the indie hit, The People I’ve Slept With. He also produced three feature films, a one-hour comedy special on Starz, and Comedy InvAsian, a television series featuring the nation’s top Asian American comedians, that is currently streaming on Hulu.

Koji’s debut novel, Romeo & Juliet Vs. Zombies, was published in paperback in 2015 and in audiobook in 2016; his graphic novel, 442, was released online in 2017 and in print in 2019; his newest novel, Zombie Run, was recently released in print and ebook in May of 2019; and his newest graphic novel, Santa Vs. Zombies, will be released in the fall of 2019.

He is currently an adjunct professor in screenwriting and digital media arts at International Technological University in San Jose. He is also a screenwriting instructor at UCLA Extensions and was recently hired at the New York Film Academy in Burbank.

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